Geoff Inman-Bamber

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Fifty-one genotypes of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) or closely related germplasm were evaluated in a pot experiment to examine genetic variation in transpiration efficiency. Significant variation in whole plant transpiration efficiency was observed, with the difference between lowest and highest genotypes being about 40% of the mean. Leaf gas exchange(More)
Foreknowledge about sugarcane crop size can help industry members make more informed decisions. There exists many different combinations of climate variables, seasonal climate prediction indices, and crop model outputs that could prove useful in explaining sugarcane crop size. A data mining method like random forests can cope with generating a prediction(More)
Enhancing Productivity is one of three research programs within the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Sugar Production (CRC Sugar). The program was established to undertake research and education to improve the profitability and international competitiveness of the Australian sugar industry through the development and adoption of novel management(More)
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